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MEMBERS OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S DOMESTIC PRO BONO COMMITTEE
The Attorney General
The Solicitor General
The Attorney General’s Pro Bono envoy
AGO secretariat
Parliamentary all party pro bono group
The Judiciary
Advice UK
Bar Pro Bono Unit
Citizens Advice
CSR Legal Network
Government Legal Service
JUSTICE
Law Centres Federation
Law for Life
Law Schools
Lawworks
Pure Leapfrog
The Access to Justice Foundation
The Bar Council
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives
The Citizenship Foundation
The Free Representation Unit (FRU)
The GC100
The Law Society
The Personal Support Unit (PSU)

MEMBERS OF  THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S INTERNATIONAL PRO BONO COMMITTEE
The Attorney General
The Solicitor General
The Attorney General’s Pro Bono envoy
AGO secretariat
Parliamentary all party pro bono group
The Judiciary
The Judicial Office
The Judicial College
Advocacy Training Council
Advocates for International Development (A4ID)
Africa Justice Foundation
Bar Human Rights Committee
Department for International Development
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
International Advocacy Training Council
International Bar Association
International Justice Mission
International Senior Lawyers Project
I-probono
Lawworks
Ministry of Justice
PILnet
The Bar Council
The Bar Pro Bono Unit
The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives
The Law Society
The Slynn Foundation
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Attorney General Jeremy Wright QC MP said:
“As a Law Officer, and like many Attorneys General before me, I am pleased to support the legal professions in their longstanding and important commitment to pro bono work. For many years the Attorney General’s domestic and international pro bono coordinating committees have helped to facilitate important links between the legal professions and the voluntary sector.

“The National Pro Bono Centre is a vibrant hub of activity under one roof, helping more people with legal issues. Every year a huge number of lawyers and law students provide their services voluntarily and free of charge, bringing a sense of social responsibility and a tremendous sense of achievement and pride.”

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